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SLIK Master Classic 2-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head, Black (619-710)

$42

SLIK Master Classic 2-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head, Black (619-710)

Product description

One of the features that have made the MASTER CLASSIC such an enduring legend with photographers world-wide is its head. The 2-way pan head has traditional all-metal construction with simple sturdy one lever operation. When released, the head can move in two directions, it can tilt up and down and pan left or right. These directions of movement make the head an ideal choice for long telephoto lenses, like 300mm f/2.8, 400mm f/5.6 or 500mm f/4.5. Following a subject, such as a bird in flight, is easy with this head. The tension of movement can be adjusted by turning the release lever slightly to match the weight of the camera and lens being used. The camera mount plate, while not removable, has a small release lever on one side that allows the mount plate to rotate 360 Degree and be locked down at any point. The camera mount post is spring-loaded and can be adjusted by turning the tensioner to match the tread depth of the lens or camera being used. This allows for more secure mounting of heavy equipment on the head.

MAX. OPERATING HEIGHT 5 IN
WEIGHT 1.5 LBS
MAX. LOAD 13.2 LBS
PLATFORM 57
TRIPOD MOUNT THREAD U1/4-20

Product description

One of the features that have made the MASTER CLASSIC such an enduring legend with photographers world-wide is its head. The 2-way pan head has traditional all-metal construction with simple sturdy one lever operation. When released, the head can move in two directions, it can tilt up and down and pan left or right. These directions of movement make the head an ideal choice for long telephoto lenses, like 300mm f/2.8, 400mm f/5.6 or 500mm f/4.5. Following a subject, such as a bird in flight, is easy with this head. The tension of movement can be adjusted by turning the release lever slightly to match the weight of the camera and lens being used. The camera mount plate, while not removable, has a small release lever on one side that allows the mount plate to rotate 360 Degree and be locked down at any point. The camera mount post is spring-loaded and can be adjusted by turning the tensioner to match the tread depth of the lens or camera being used. This allows for more secure mounting of heavy equipment on the head.

MAX. OPERATING HEIGHT 5 IN
WEIGHT 1.5 LBS
MAX. LOAD 13.2 LBS
PLATFORM 57
TRIPOD MOUNT THREAD U1/4-20


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